conductivity cell

conductivity cell

[‚kän‚dək′tiv·əd·ē ‚sel]
(electricity)
A glass vessel with two electrodes at a definite distance apart and filled with a solution whose conductivity is to be measured.
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Ranges of conductivity readings conducted in multiple periods (0, 2, 4, 6, 12, 24, 48, 72, 96 and 120 hours), performed in digital conductivity meter (GEHAKA brand, CG1800 model), with constant of conductivity cell K=1,0.
The membrane samples were prepared as rectangular sheets and placed in a Teflon conductivity cell (Bekktech 112) which is connected to four Pt electrodes and the distance between the two inner electrodes was used to measure the potential difference trough the sample.
The electrolyte samples were sandwiched between two stainless steel blocking electrodes of a conductivity cell which are connected to a computer.
The sensor's conductivity cell constant is k=i.0 +/-10% for a wide measurement range within its temperature/pressure of 60[degrees]C/100psig.
The sensor's conductivity cell constant is 1c=1.0 +/10 percent for a wide measurement range within its temperature/pressure of 60[degrees]C/100psig.
The samples with a diameter of 10 mm and a thickness of ~ 300 [micro]m were assembled into the conductivity cell by placing them between platinum electrodes.
In order to determine the electrolytic conductivity cell contact or contactless devices are used.
Features include automatic or manual temperature compensation, automatic conductivity cell constant recognition with auto ranging, and up to five-point calibration.
This study looks at a new technique to quantify the bubbling volumes using an inductive conductivity cell. The principle behind this device is that a bubble passing through the inductive cell will displace seawater, changing the conductivity of the volume detected by the sensor.